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Top things to do in Rome

Rome doesn’t only stand out as the most beautiful city of Italy but is also the capital of this auspicious country. It is one of the finest and oldest cities in all of the world. Many tourists from around the world visit this beautiful place not only to explore the historical significance this place has but also to visit distant places that are a sight to the sore eyes. If you are a traveler and often travels then you must visit Rome the first chance you get. Following is a list of things that you should be doing after landing in Rome;

1. Colosseum
Colosseum is one of the most historic and iconic structures in all of the world and the trip to Rome wouldn't complete before visiting it. This beautiful element of unique architecture was developed by the Roman emperors anywhere between 70-80 A.D. The main thing for which it was used corresponds to arranging public events such as games, speeches, and other historical gatherings. The place is so vast that you might lose yourself to its dynamic labyrinth if not assisted by a tour guide. It has a metro station in close proximity and thus it would be easier for you to access this beautiful place the first chance that you get.

2. The Pantheon
The pantheon is the oldest building in all of Roman history and has a historic significance and might have the most beautiful sceneries you can come across. Emperor Hadrian of the Roman empire built this place in 118 A.D. If you are a traveler and want to find more about Roman history and empire then you must visit the place, your travel to this destination might be worth it.

3. Trevi Fountain
Not many fountains that you will find in the world would have such detailed and extensive engravings like the Trevi Fountain in Rome. The whole façade and the fountain are a true work of art and the overall details that you will find in this sculpture are simply breathtaking. It has a common tradition in which tourists throw the coins in the fountain from over their shoulders. But it would be difficult to do so over such as a thick crowd of other tourists exploring the same attraction.

4. Spanish steps
Spanish steps correspond to the 125 Spanish steps that span the gap between Piazza di Spagna and the Piazza Trinita Dei Monti squares. Each of these steps has a wide ledge and is made up of stone walls. There are many inscriptions that are carved into the stones, other than that when you are coming down of these steps you would find plenty of cafes and small restaurants that you can try out. Not only they serve excellent food but a variety of cuisines because of such rush hour of the tourists at the Spanish Steps.

These are the things that you should be doing when in Rome and fulfilling your life with beautiful and worthy experience. Although you can find other detailed information on the portal of our travel website.

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